People would certainly do that; because that’s what humans do.
This hunt for patterns and reasons leads some people to figure out how to prevent childbirth fever, or how the planets are actually moving relative to each other; and leads other people to see the face of Jesus on a cheese sandwich, or to declare that they know what God means humans to wear. The existence of actual miracles would make it a whole lot more difficult to tell one of those types of pattern searching from the other; but, unless the miracles included drastically changing human nature, nothing is going to stop humans from looking for patterns and reasons.
If the miracle involves a lot of people having the same revelation about something that actually works out that way, then maybe. But a miracle involving the earth pausing in its rotation would almost certainly give rise to a whole lot of people claiming to have had revelations about what it meant, which revelations would differ wildly from each other; and such a miracle wouldn’t, in itself, indicate which of those revelations were true; or for that matter whether any of them were.